I’m still following all the rumors about Big Brother 22, AKA All-Stars 2
On June 26, 2020 INQUISITR.COM reported that Big Brother alum Cody Nickson is not buying into reports that production for the CBS reality show will start up next month with an All-Star cast.
Cody made a good point during a fan Q&A on Instagram. “The production crew is supposed to quarantine for two weeks and receive full union pay including overtime for those two weeks. That’s a lot of money that companies aren’t willing to spend. And then I believe the crew still can’t be free to go out with their families during production either. The restrictions are just too great now.”
The COVID-19 numbers in Los Angeles are not looking good. At the end of Sunday, June 28th, Los Angeles County had 2,903 new cases and 22 additional deaths.
The county released a Protocol Bulletin for re-opening television production, and it doesn’t sound like life as we expect in the Big Brother house.
Meanwhile, the website Soap Dirt says they heard rumors of July 15 airdate has been set. The website goes on to say,
“Big Brother fans will be getting the typical promotional stuff. Our source says that CBS will reveal the lineup of All-Star houseguests on July 6. Then the next day on the 7th will be when we get to see the entire decorated BB22 house in all its glory. Are you excited yet?”
Soap Dirt also has rumors of who might be part of the cast.
The website Showbiz Cheat Sheet reports that BB10 winner Dan Gheesling and BB21 finalist Nicole Anthony are dropping hints they’re coming back. The site also reported: “Bayleigh Dayton and Swaggy C were buzzy on their season and are rumored for All-Stars 2”
MSN Entertainment reports ‘Big Brother‘ Winner Andy Herren Calls Out Show for Lack of Diversity Time for a change? Andy Herren criticized Big Brother for not casting a diverse group of houseguests after stating that he is “bitter” production didn’t ask him to return.
Cinema Blend reports “Big Brother‘s Casting Director Sends Cryptic Tweet, What Does It Mean For Season 22?”
— Robyn Kass (@Kassting) June 28, 2020
TheBlast.com has speculated that Janelle Pierzina could be in the cast of Big Brother 22. The fan-favorite returned for “Big Brother 7: All-Stars.” During the all-star season, Pierzina set a record for the show: most individual competition wins. Again, she finished in third place. She also became the first player in the show’s history to win the prize of America’s Favorite Houseguest. Pierzina, 40, got married nearly 10 years ago and has been raising three children. She’s also moved back to her hometown in Minnesota and has been working in real estate.
Cinema Blend reported that Janelle Pierzina Legendary Big Brother Player Threatens Viewers Calling Her Phone Ahead Of Season 22
Stop calling my phone! I will start posting numbers of BB fans that have been blowing up my phone. I’m with my family for fucks sake! Leave me alone.
And of course, Evel Dick has tweeted:
Get a load of this…
Paul & Josh called her asking if she was going to be on @BB22 with them & she was upset she wasn’t invited.
So she called CBS producers crying at them for not being asked on & made a huge stink.
— EvelDick (@EvelDick) June 16, 2020